November 29,2017 As reported by Brian Collins in today’s National Mortgage News, though it seems likely that Brian Montgomery will once again serve as FHA commissioner, his ability to answer calls by community mortgage lenders to reduce mortgage insurance premiums may prove difficult. Click Here for full article.
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Here’s a better solution for tax reform November 22, 2017 by Scott Olson The Community Home Lenders Association is very supportive of the goals of the pending House and Senate tax bills of providing tax relief for individuals and corporations and simplifying and reforming the tax code. And if this means reforming existing homeownership … Continue reading
November 17, 2017 As reported by Kelsey Ramirez in Housing Wire, the housing industry, including CHLA, NAR and NAMB, are expressing their disappointment in the passage of the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” by the House. “The Community Home Lenders Association is disappointed that the House approved its tax bill without … Continue reading
As posted 11/15/17 on ScotsmanGuide.com: In letters to Congressional leaders, CHLA says it will oppose both the House and Senate tax bills in their current form. Click Here for article.
2101 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 610 Arlington, VA 22201 (571) 527-2601 November 15, 2017 The Honorable Paul Ryan The Honorable Nancy Pelosi Speaker … Continue reading
2101 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 610 Arlington, VA 22201 (571) 527-2601 November 15, 2017 The Honorable Orrin Hatch The Honorable Ron Wyden Chairman … Continue reading
November 2, 2017 As reported on Scotsmanguide.com, “some mortgage banking trade groups, renewed calls this week for FHFA to withhold the dividend payments” after Fannie Mae posts a $3 billion profit. “This week’s strong Fannie and Freddie profit reports should not obscure the fact that an accounting blip or tiny … Continue reading
October 31, 2017 As reported today by Brian Collins in National Mortgage News, despite potential losses resulting from a multi-million pretax provision for expected hurricane losses this year, Freddie Mac is reporting third quarter profits of $4.7 billion. Click Here for full article.